BETHEL – Scott A. Libby, 25, of Libby Lane, Raymond, died on Feb. 20, as a result of injuries sustained in an accident in Bethel.

He was born in Brunswick, on May 21, 1983, the son of Harlow J. and Nancy L. (Brooking) Libby Sr. He was raised in Newcastle and Raymond. He was educated in Raymond and Windham and was a 2001 graduate of Windham High School. After graduation, he attended Bentley College in Waltham, Mass., graduating from there in 2005.

From a young child, he enjoyed gardening. As a teen, he worked for Murley’s Greenhouse in Raymond; it was there that he learned the art of landscaping. He later started his own business, Libby’s Landscaping of Raymond. In addition to running his own business, he was also employed for H&R Block in Windham, the Paradise Club in Cambridge, Mass., and he also did private accounting for his clients.

He was well-known around the local area for donating plants as well as his services to community organizations. He was a member and treasurer of the Farmers Market in Windham, as well as a member of the Rainbow Business Professional Association of Portland. Over the last several years, he was instrumental in raising money for the association’s scholarship fund through the sale of his plants. He was living his dream.

Survivors include his mother, Nancy Libby-Maynard of Raymond; three brothers, Harlow J. Libby Jr. of Newcastle, Jon Libby of Coopers Mills and Jerry Libby of Jefferson; paternal grandmother, Vivian Libby of Newcastle; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

He was predeceased by his father, Harlow J. Libby Sr. in 1995; his stepfather, Jackson P. Maynard in 2007; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brooking of Bloomburg, Pa.; and paternal grandfather, Halbor Libby of Newcastle.

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